Breville WC15XL Compact Wine Cooler - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


HOW TO USE

First you place the Wine Cooler on a flat, dry surface, making sure that the timer is in the "off" position.

Remove the chill cells from the freezer and place around the inside of the cooler.

Thirdly, place the bottle inside the cooler and then pour cold tap water inside, until it just covers the top of the chill cells.

You can then plug the unit in, or if it has batteries you don't need to.

Finally, you set the control dial to the desired time. The following are recommendations for different types of beverages:

Sparkling Wine, Champagne and Dessert Wine.....9 minutes

Dry Wines, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling.....6 minutes

Chardonnay, Rose'....5 minutes

Light Red Wines, Pinot Noir....3.8 minutes

Full Bodied Reds, Shiraz, Grenache, Cab Sauvignon, Merlot....3 minutes


If you choose to chill a beverage without the timer, you just turn the control to the left and when you are done you turn it to the off position.

In addition to wine, the cooler can also chill beer and soft drinks. The only limitation is that the bottle diameter can be no more than 3.75 inches.

Should you wish to chill two or more consecutive bottles, the cells will remain cold enough for you to to do so.

While not in use, the cooler can also be used on the table with ice to keep your beverages cold (much like a regular ice bucket).

The power cord is removable, which makes for an easy clean-up.

The unit comes with a manufacturer's One-Year Limited Warranty.

Breville WC15XL... | Answered on Apr 10, 2009 | 2,132 views


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Breville... | Answered on May 09, 2017 | 114 views


Overheating is the reason behind this. or compressor runs out of gas. check the compressor coil.

Refrigerators | Answered 4 hours ago | 13 views


THEY HAVE WHAT IS CALLED AND AIR DAMPER MOTOR THAT CONTROLS AIR FLOW FROM THE FREEZER SOME ARE NOT REPLACEABLE DUE TO THE WAY THEY ARE WIRED

Refrigerators | Answered 3 days ago | 19 views


plastic bin in the freezer.

Refrigerators | Answered 3 days ago | 15 views


The most common cause for this condition is a problem with the defrost system. If the refrigerator freezer is cold but the refrigerator is warm, the evaporator fan motor might have failed. ... If the freezer is cold but refrigerator is warm the air damper control might be stuck closed or broken
The Evaporator Coils are Frosted Over
If the freezer is cold but the refrigerator is warm and the evaporator coils are frosted over, there may be a defrost system problem. Several times a day the defrost heater assembly turns on for a few minutes to melt away any frost or ice that may have accumulated on the evaporator coils. If the defrost heater assembly has burned out, or the defrost thermostat or defrost control have failed the frost will build up on the coils and eventually no air will be able to travel through the coils to provide cooling. The most common cause for this condition is a problem with the defrost system.
Evaporator Fan Motor
If the refrigerator freezer is cold but the refrigerator is warm, the evaporator fan motor might have failed. Every refrigerator has a set of coils called an evaporator. These are the coils that get cold. A small fan and motor is mounted near the coils. This fan and motor - called the evaporator fan and motor, draws air over the evaporator coils and circulates it throughout the freezer and refrigerator. If the fan fails, the freezer or refrigerator will get much warmer than usual.
Damper Control Assembly
If the freezer is cold but refrigerator is warm the air damper control might be stuck closed or broken. The air damper control is either an automatic or manually operated door which opens and closes to let more or less cold air into the refrigerator compartment. If it doesn't open properly it won't let enough cold air into the refrigerator. If the evaporator fan is running, the damper door is open and no air is coming out. The evaporator may be frosted up caused by a defrost problem.
Thermistor
If the freezer is cold but the refrigerator is warm the thermistor might be defective. The thermistor is a sensor which monitors the air temperature. It is connected to the control board. If the thermistor is defective the refrigerator does not cool or may cool continuously.
Temperature Control Board
If the refrigerator's freezer is cold but the refrigerator is warm the temperature control board might be defective. The temperature control board provides the voltage to the fan motors and compressor. These boards are often misdiagnosed. Check all other components to be certain this is the cause of the problem.
Defrost Thermostat
If the refrigerator freezer is cold but the refrigerator is warm, the defrost thermostat might be defective. Several times a day the defrost heater turns on for a few minutes to melt away any frost that may have accumulated on the evaporator coils. In order for this to work, the defrost thermostat has to sense that the coils are cold enough. If the coils are cold enough the defrost heater will turn on. If the thermostat is defective it may not be able to sense the temperature of the coils and then won't turn on the defrost heater. If the defrost heater doesn't turn on, the frost will build up on the coils and eventually no air will be able to travel through the coils to provide cooling to the freezer or refrigerator. The defrost thermostat can be checked for continuity. It should have continuity when it reaches the low temperature of its operating range.
Main Control Board
If the refrigerator's freezer is cold but the refrigerator is warm the main control board might be defective. This is not common. The cause of this problem is almost always in the defrost components.

Refrigerators | Answered on May 21, 2020 | 17 views


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Refrigerators | Answered on May 20, 2020 | 13 views


TURN THE FREEZER DOWN TO A LOWER TEMP IT SHOULD BE AROUND -15 DEGREES

Refrigerators | Answered on May 20, 2020 | 26 views


add ice... dispensers have a small tank so once you start drawing from it it gets warmer quickly

Refrigerators | Answered on May 20, 2020 | 17 views


IF THE FREEZER IS WORKING PROPERLY THEN YOU HAVE AN AIR DAMPER PROBLEM CALL A LOCAL REPAIR SERVICE

Refrigerators | Answered on May 20, 2020 | 16 views


E4 error code on a Defy Refrigerator is a indication that there is something wrong with the air movement inside the freezer compartment.

REASON for code
The freezer has made too much ice and is now all frozen-up or
it could be that freezer system is low on refrigerant (gas)

Possible Causes
1. The freezer door wasn't closed properly - just closed enough to switch off "door open" alarm and open enough to let moisture in - resulting in over condensation on condenser.
2. Abnormal high open and closing of freezer door.
4. Defrosting Element not heating - therefore not melting the ice - buildup
5. Pc control panel has gone on the blink
6. Refrigerant tubs has rusted causing a gas leak.

I hope this has helped you to make a more informed decision about your next step.

Refrigerators | Answered on May 16, 2020 | 17 views


Most likely 3 cubic feet given its model name, and other models from Magic Chef use the number to specific cubic feet.

Refrigerators | Answered on May 16, 2020 | 18 views


Excellent!

Refrigerators | Answered on May 15, 2020 | 23 views


Not getting cold enough does indicate gas loss. Specialists do recommend replacing gas after a period anyway to prolong the ac life, so probably would not be a bad idea to get it recharged

Refrigerators | Answered on May 14, 2020 | 16 views


put a bowl of vinegar in there for a few days

Refrigerators | Answered on May 14, 2020 | 21 views

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